out past sky.
moon. moon didn’t make her reflect that second face.
reaching out to gather Light was already like falling. falling into wind.
looking up. looking up. someone said they were stars.
color the shape of ruby in a sea. dare risk the farther edge.
world made the color of her sleep.
making lures the shape of Light. see them defy gravity.
rising up. rising up.
the lyric sense of you. second lingering.
take the shape she remembers now.
insistence an undervalued attribute. oh gravity.
take the shape of Light on a clouded afternoon.
why did I ever let go.
another radiant wing.
but most. most what I remember is
the scent of you.
I’d know you in the dark.
3 thoughts on “lunar disambiguation”
Oh, this is so good. Love how the words are laid out across the page, the journey you take us on. Beautiful work.
Thank you Bridgette. Kind of you. There’s no journey without you reading, you know.
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That’s very true. Writers need readers. ❤️